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Mosquito dunks can help you rout those aggravating pests
Posted On: 05/07/2021
Mosquito dunks are an effective, easy to use, and environmentally friendly way to keep dangerous mosquitoes from breeding around your home. The City o...
Travel, tourism are powerful economic resources
Posted On: 05/07/2021
Last week, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a proclamation ahead of Travel and Tourism week announcing that the leisure and hospitality sector added 23,100 job...
Holleman closed east of Wellborn Road this weekend
Posted On: 05/06/2021
Holleman Drive east of Wellborn Road will be closed from 8 a.m. on Saturday to 8 p.m. on Sunday as crews work on a water line as part of the Texas Dep...
Relish the bountiful birdwatching opportunities at Lick Creek Park
Posted On: 05/06/2021
Whether you're a beginner toting your first pair of binoculars or an expert searching for your nemesis bird, Lick Creek Park ranks among the region's ...
Two books help you explore College Station’s rich history
Posted On: 04/29/2021
College Station’s rich and dynamic history has seen it grow from a quiet little college town into a burgeoning mid-sized city of 125,000. A pair of we...
Nation’s largest slow-pitch event in town this weekend
Posted On: 04/29/2021
When local softball enthusiastic Greg Hutchinson created the Budweiser Softball Festival with 24 teams in 1986, no one could have guessed it would gro...


Tucked away in College Station’s Veterans Park and Athletic Complex at 3101 Harvey Road is a hidden gem – a 12-acre site dedicated to veterans from our nation’s wars. The Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial includes life-sized statues, a Wall of Honor, interpretive panels and memorial sites.
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